SA Government rakes in $7 million in registration fines since stickers were cut

MORE than 3500 drivers are caught in unregistered and uninsured vehicles each month — the highest rate since registration stickers were abolished — delivering a $7 million annual fines windfall to the State Government.

The number of such offences has risen 50 per cent since the stickers were dumped in July 2011 to save the Government $2 million a year.

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